COMPOSITES AND LAMINATION
Our netting can be incorporated to nonwoven, foam, paper, film, membrane, tissue and other fabrics to become part
of composites used in various industrial and consumer applications. Square, flat, diamond and elastomeric netting
can be combined in common lamination and bonding processes.
Our netting helps create diverse composites for hundreds
of industrial and consumer products.
Square netting is a standard configuration in our extrusion process. Mesh
angles are 90° and strands run transversely in Machine and Cross Directions.
Square netting can be subsequently oriented to create lighter weight yet
Flat netting is a square netting configuration with flat joints and uniform
thickness. Flat surface can be designed during the extrusion process or
it can also be achieved by calendering an extruded square netting. Each
process delivers different flat netting configurations and performance
This is an extruded netting with a diamond shape configuration. One major
difference between square and diamond netting is that diamond netting
has a set of strands on top of the others in opposite direction and not on
the same level than square netting. The strands appear to run in diagonal
in both Machine and Cross Directions to form the diamond mesh design.